Samsung MD230X3 Multi-Display 3x23 Inch cPVA Panels...

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  1. DiGiTaL MoNkEY

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    Finally arrived in Australia...Oh boy am i tempted :D $2049~ bucks..

    http://www.staticice.com.au/cgi-bin/search.cgi?q=MD230X3&spos=3

    * Ultra-thin bezels (L/R: 7mm, B: 8mm, T: 9mm)
    * Custom interlocking stand with height adjustment for perfect panel alignment
    * Setup in almost any multi-screen horizontal or vertical configuration
    * Engineered for finance, design, programming, engineering, medical imaging & ultimate gaming
    * cPVA panel technology for perfect colour reproduction and 178/178 degree viewing angles.
    * DisplayPort, DVI & D-Sub connections
    * 3,000:1 Real Contrast, 8ms Response
    * External Control Keypad

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  2. LuI3

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    Dam i wanted this awhile back but now that i look at it and it's price tag i dont think its worth it.

    If it was completely bezel-less it would of been a winner i think
     
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    DiGiTaL MoNkEY

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    The price isn't too bad considering what you get. Plus i wished they went 16:10 panels, but i'm dreaming as everything is going 16:9.
     
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    8ms = bad for gaming, 5 or lower would be better, looks like budget screens?
     
  5. FiShy

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    Looks like, but i would just got some dell 24inch IPS anyday.
     
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    for that money id definitely want 0 bezel.
     
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    Lol, i wouldn't call cPVA panels 'budget'
     
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    Budget would be TN panels with your 5 or lower response time.
     
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    What is cPVA?

    I recall S-PVA and used for the Dell 2408WFP, but I have never seen a cPVA. Is this a newer PVA panel?
     
  10. Concept CBF

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    Never heard of CVPA but it is a bit of a rich price just to have a small bezel.
     
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    8ms really isn't a problem, you aren't going to find any 2ms PVA panels (or any that i'm aware of).
     
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    they look impressive, the bezel is a nice width.
     
  13. Dragonfly

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    Yeah 7.6mm wide at the sides is pretty thin. My Dell is 24mm.
     
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    i cant recall what my E2400 is but when i put 2 together i was nup not happening. Rather a 30". But this bezel might convince me when the $$$ comes rolling in.
     
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    Its a nice simple piece of kit for someone who is willing to dump that amount of cash in one hit.
     
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    I also like how it seems there's only one power connection. That's pretty convenient since you don't need a long ass power board.
     
  17. Concept CBF

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    You are paying a good damn chunk for those bezels and the stand tho about $200 per monitor or a bit more really. Since you can find a nice dell ips 23" for $300 or less these days
     
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    Well $349 gets you a U2311H's with no display port connections, however this Samsung solution isn't exactly a value for money option (as most can see). Its more a straightforward solution for those wanting a triple monitor setup and don't want to worry about much else.
     
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    it looks very good and very tempting now I have a card that could do it easily but the price is SHIT

    btw: the price is $2099
     
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    U2311H (ad U2211H) do have a display port connector: http://www1.ap.dell.com/content/pro...monitor-dell-u2311h?c=au&l=en&s=bsd&cs=aubsd1. Just saying is all :cool:
     

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